Bahai's of Wood County
Belpre Church of Christ
Camden Avenue Church of Christ
First United Methodist-Parkersburg
Grand Central Church of Christ
Lynn Street Church of Christ
Red Hill United Methodist
St. Francis Xavier Catholic
St. Margaret Mary Catholic
St. Michael Catholic
Stout Memorial United Methodist
Trinity United Methodist
Union Valley Baptist
Washington United Methodist
Wayside United Methodist
The Deitzler Foundation was created and funded by Harry and Kathe Deitzler September 25, 2001. Its purpose is to provide charitable donations to local and national organizations for the benefit of adults and children, animals, our community, and the environment.
The Memorial Health System is a not-for-profit health system governed by a volunteer Board of community members who are committed to providing comprehensive services that meet the needs of our region. They are comprised of a network of two hospitals, outpatient service sites, assisted and long-term care facilities and a retirement community. They work in innovative ways to meet the healthcare challenges of today, while preparing for the health needs of the communities in the future. The dedicated physicians, nurses, technicians and support staff work to provide compassionate, patient-centered care with some of the most advanced technology and treatment options available in healthcare today.
“West Virginia Central Federal Credit Union operates under the philosophy of People Helping People. Let’s work together to do more for others, which will allow each and every one of us an opportunity to enjoy a better quality of life.” www.wvccu.org
Camden Clark Medical Center serves the Mid-Ohio Valley and surrounding region through a 302-bed, not-for-profit, acute care facility. We provide a broad range of services, offering the latest in medical technology and a highly trained staff. As the community’s hospital for more than a century, Camden Clark maintains a leadership role as the region’s primary source for advanced health care and wellness programs and has earned accreditation from The Joint Commission.
MISSION: HOPE is a ministry born in the Lord, formed across borders and rooted in relationship, stemming from one couple's more than six years in full time ministry in the area of La Esperanza ("Hope") Honduras. Their story, their connections and their desire to bridge the gap between two cultures through the love of Christ, impacted the lives of three other couples and thus the ministry was birthed into action.
Comfort Keepers, the heart of comforting in home care. Comfort Keepers provides in-home care that makes a difference in the lives of seniors, allowing them to remain independent and safe in their homes by providing personal care and safety technology. Keeping individuals engaged in life mentally, emotionally, physically and socially can make a difference in their wellbeing. At Comfort Keepers we call this philosophy Interactive Caregiving. It gives our clients the gift of a healthier and meaningful quality of life. Comfort Keepers are located in both Wood and Washington Counties. To contact them for more information or for the cost and type of assistance they offer, call: (304)422-4020 (740)373-7125